Our Sunday Masses are at 8am and 10am in English, and 12pm in Spanish



Sunday Masses!

Our Masses are at 8am and 10am in English, and 12pm in Spanish

Reservation is not required, but you will be asked for your information either:

  • Before hand on the phone, or
  • The first time you come to Mass, at the entrance. 

Ushers will seat you.


(We have limited space due to social distancing requirements.)

For Mass attendance you will need to:

  • Self-Screen before coming to Mass. If you have any cold/flu like symptoms, we ask that you stay home and watch the Mass Online. This is for everyone's safety. 
  • Wear a Mask at all times, on Church property.
  • Be mindful, that we do not have offer restroom access. Make sure to go before you come to Mass!
  • Kneeling pads suggested.

Thank you for cooperating with your disposition in these difficult times!

Live Mass Online (Facebook)

If you are unable to come to Mass, we invite you to watch the Mass live through our Facebook page every Sunday at 10am! Click HERE to open the page

WORSHIP AID for January 17 2020

 Click HERE


For Daily Mass Worship Aid, click HERE



WELCOME to our two churches!


St. Mary's Church Image

4200 88th St. NE, Marysville. WA 98270  (CLICK HERE FOR MAP) 

Ph: 360-653-9400

For Emergency anointing of the sick you can call:360-421-7989
Para uncion de los enfermos de emergencia, usted puede llamar al: 360-421-7989

ST. ANNE MISSION at Totem Beach - Tulalip

St. Anne Mission Image    

7231 Totem Beach Rd, Tulalip, WA 98271 (CLICK HERE FOR MAP)

Here you can find many opportunities for everyone to grow spiritually and to HAVE FUN AND FELLOWSHIP!



- To be a reflection of Christ to all 

- Ser un reflejo de Cristo para todos

Mass Times

*************** ST. MARY'S ***************
- 8am in English (in person),
- 10am in English (in person and streamed live),
- 12pm en español (en persona y transmitida en vivo)
(No Mass on Mondays)
Tuesdays: 6:00pm
Wednesdays: 10:30am
Thursdays: 10:30am
Thursdays: 6:00pm (Misa en español)
Fridays: 10:30am
Saturdays: 9:00am

Tuesdays 5:00pm-5:50pm
Wednesdays 9:15am-10:20am & 4pm-7pm
Thursdays 9:15am-10:20am & 4pm-6pm
Fridays 9:15am-10:20am
First Fridays of the month: 9:45am-8:45pm Benediction
Saturdays: 7:45am-8:45am

Wednesdays 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Thursdays 4:00pm to 5:45pm
First Fridays: 6:00pm to 8:45pm
(No confessions on Saturday)

*************** ST. ANNE'S ***************
Saturday Vigil Mass (with reservation only): 5:30pm
Reconciliation: Saturdays 4:30pm

Daily Reading Search

Traveling? Don't miss out on Mass!  Click here: 

Está viajando? No se pierda de la Misa!  Presione aquí:







  •  Praying together
  • Growing in authentic faith
  • Reaching out to all of our brothers and sisters.   


  • Orar juntos 
  • Crecer en fe autentica  
  • Mostrar amor y compartir la fe con todos nuestros hermanos y hermanas en el mundo.









Why Is There No First Sunday in Ordinary Time?

Ordinary Time begins on the Monday after the first Sunday after January 6 (the Feast of the Epiphany). In most years, that Sunday is the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. In countries such as the United States, however, where the celebration of Epiphany is transferred to Sunday, if that Sunday is January 7 or 8, Epiphany is celebrated instead. As feasts of our Lord, both the Baptism of the Lord and Epiphany would displace a Sunday in Ordinary Time. Thus, the first Sunday in the period of Ordinary Time is the Sunday that falls after the first week of Ordinary Time, which makes it the Second Sunday of Ordinary Time.




This Sunday we begin the liturgical season of Ordinary Time. Our New Year’s resolutions have already gone the route of ordinariness. Yet St. Francis de Sales tells us that we are called to live an ordinary life in an extraordinary way. .....

After striving to be holy for awhile, we generally recognize that we are still subject to many imperfections. It is easy then to become dissatisfied, disturbed and discouraged. Yet we must not let our heart give in to the temptation of giving up everything and going back to our old way of life. ......We must not be disturbed by our imperfections. Unless we see them, how can we transform them? We are always victorious if we continue to struggle to overcome them. We are never conquered unless we lose courage. .....Imperfections and venial sin cannot deprive us of spiritual life.

(Francis de Sales, Introduction to a Devout Life).



This study compares the gospel narratives of Mark, Matthew Luke & John of the passion and resurrection. The seven-week study begins Jan 26 at 10:30am & Jan 27 at 6:30pm.  


Morning Sessions                                        Evening Sessions

Tuesdays 10:30-12:30am                              Wednesdays 6:30-8:30pm

Starts: January 26                                                   Starts: January 27


Come and join us; no previous experience necessary.

Cost per student $25.00.  (Scholarships available).

For more information, please contact Paul Miller or the parish office.




Liturgical Moments

Today is the feast of Our Lord’s baptism by John the Baptizer. This was not a sacrament; sacraments had not yet been instituted. This marks both the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry and his identification with us, Jesus would later choose baptism to be the initiation and lifetime lifestyle of the reformation of the Jewish faith.
Baptism is not simply a ceremony - it is a lifestyle. Baptism has an impact on our daily vocabulary, our attitude toward life, and our conduct.
For our pledge to take root, we need other believers to help us by their example on how to live out this pledge. Faith is more caught than taught.
Today is the last day of Christmastime in the liturgy. Tomorrow begins “ordinary time.” The real Christian life is not lived in the more spectacular Christmas and Easter times, but in the long hauls in between. Ordinary time provides us with the time to be faithful to our pledge, faithful to our sacrament of baptism - our vocation:
Ordinary people living as extraordinary Catholic Christians.



Why do Catholics do that?

Why don’t we baptize people when they are old enough to choose for themselves?

To raise a child religiously neutral requires us to be religiously neutral ourselves. It would mean having our children live among us as non-Christians. Also, it would be an impossible, psychological tension precluded by the very nature of faith and the commitment that faith requires. It would be like not immunizing your child, spiritually. Later, they may repudiate their baptism, but they cannot object later to having been baptized any more than they can object to their parents’ setting up an educational trust fund, if they later decide against further education.




Who are the Leaders of Each Ministry here at St. Mary, and how can I contact them? 

Office email: [email protected]

  • Head Of Sacristans: David Baqui
  • Head of Lectors: Charlotte Maine
  • Head– Eucharistic Minister: Yolanda Marsh
  • Head– Alter Servers: Tina Do
  • Eucaristic Minister to Home Bound: *Please call the office*
  • Grand Knight (KOC): Kevin Boldt
  • Legion Of Mary: Charles Newton
  • El Shaddai: Jonna Valencia
  • RCIA (Becoming Catholic): *Please call the office*
  • Hispanic RICA: *Please call the office*
  • Grupo de Oracion: Myriam (Lupita) Escalante
  • Marriage Preparation: Myriam (Lupita) Escalante
  • Confirmation Program/Youth Group: Tina Do
  • Matrimonios Lideres: Graciela Acevedo
  • Guadalupanos: Elsa Diaz
  • Quince Prep/Hispanic Lectors/Lectores: Graciela Rios 

Office Hours

Tuesday to Friday 10AM to 6PM (closed Wed 2pm to 3pm and Wed-Fri during Mass time)

1st & 3rd Sundays
Between Masses until 2pm (suspended)

Email: [email protected]

St Mary's


For EM Schedule Jan 2021, please click HERE

For Sacristans Schedule January 2021, please click HERE

Parish Calendar

Calendario Hispano

Weekly message from your St. Vincent de Paul conference for St. Mary's and St Anne's

In the Gospel, Jesus asks “What are you looking for?” Often, we are looking for happiness in very selfish ways, but we find that when we look for ways to make others happy, it is then that we truly become happy.

As you donate to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, know that you are a sign of God’s love to those who are suffering, and you give them reason to believe and to trust.

Mensaje semanal de su conferencia de San Vicente de Paul de Santa Maria y Santa Ana

En el Evangelio, Jesús pregunta “¿Que buscas?” A menudo, nosotros buscamos la felicidad en maneras egoístas, pero descubrimos cuando buscamos maneras de hacer a otros felices, es entonces que nosotros verdaderamente nos alegramos.

Cuando das tu donacion a la Sociedad de San Vicente de Paúl, reconoce que tú eres un signo del amor de Dios a aquellos que sufren, y les das razón para creer y confiar.

Links for More News - Enlaces para mas Noticias



Adult Formation

Interested in becoming Catholic, or know someone who is?

Contact the office (360) 353-9400 to get some of your questions answered and find out about the process and how we can make that happen! 


 Watch Formed.Org.
Use our parish LINK to access great Catholic videos, movies, talks and more!
St. Mary-St.Anne now has its own FORMED link to register, that is easier than the code!!
Get great material to help building your faith. (Videos, movies,  and much more)
Visit this source without frequently!
Santa Maria y Santa Ana tienen ahora un nuevo enlace propio para FORMED para registrarse, que es mas facil que el codigo!!
Opten acceso material  valioso para ayudarte construir tu fe. (Videos, peliculas, y mucho mas)
Visita esta fuente frecuentemente!


Pastor's Page

Father Peter Mactutis
Parish Priest 


You can watch daily reflections in Facebook: St Mary's Catholic Church (https://www.facebook.com/StMaryStAnneMission/)


in YouTube: Padremactutis (https://www.youtube.com/user/Padremactutis)




Página del Párroco

Padre Peter (Pedro) Mactutis

Usted puede ver las reflecciones diarias en Facebook: St Mary's Catholic Church (https://www.facebook.com/StMaryStAnneMission/)


en YouTube: Padremactutis (https://www.youtube.com/user/Padremactutis)